National Talkblack 101120

National Talkblack 101120

We had:

Cecilia Alfonso, manager at Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation discussing how the AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market has gone virtual this year and what events are being held in the nations capital this Naidoc week.

Linda Burney, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians talking about Naidoc 2020 and Labor’s commitment to Uluru.

Leonard Hill, Executive Director, Collection Services at AIATSIS discussing how an NT legend David Burrumarra fashioned a political statement from Governor-general Sir Zelman Cowen’s island visit. Mr Hill also speaks about David Burrumarra’s life.

Madeline Anderson, Beermurra Aboriginal Corporation Chairwoman talking about how ancient stargazing meets modern astronomy to share Aboriginal stories of night sky. Astrotourism WA is recruiting Aboriginal people to help create an Aboriginal astronomy tourism trail to help people learn about the magic of night skies from Aboriginal elders and guides.

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